PlanNet Marketing is pleased to welcome Judy Harris Van-Dyke to the 20/20 Club! Judy was born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana and moved to Indianapolis, IN after graduating from nursing school. She then moved to Atlanta, GA for four years, and now resides in a small town 20 miles outside of Indianapolis called Pittsboro.
She shares, “My interests are music, singing, movies, and bowling. I love God and am active at my church with the intercessors prayer team. I have been a nurse for over 40 years and I am still working full time. My business is very important to me, and I love helping people.
“I've been to the Bahamas, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Texas, Arizona, New York, and Universal Studios. I have a desire to visit Paris, Tahiti, the Holy Lands, Greece, London, Hawaii, Switzerland, Australia, Africa, and so many other beautiful places. I guess you could say I want to travel the world.
“I have achieved success by listening to my success coach Ms. JP Watkins, staying plugged in to all the training calls, and attending company events; also helping my team through duplication of the PS3 system, promoting to them the importance of being on the training calls, and attending company events. I don't meet strangers; I am very open and passionate about my business, and the vision Mr. Bradley has. I do my best to share this awesome business model with everyone I come in contact with. Even though I work a full time job five days a week, I do something towards my business every day. My daily goal is 10 calls every day; this helps create a habit.
“To have success in this business you must be disciplined, consistent, relentless, coachable, and willing to learn and work on yourself nonstop. One of the most important tips I can offer is don't quit - avoid distractions like the plague!!! Distractions will cause you to lose your focus and take you off the path to your success. Remember, there are even good distractions that you feel will help you by doing a lot of "BUSY WORK,” but if it’s not income producing, it should be avoided. Last but not least, don't make excuses - they will get you nowhere. You can make excuses or you can make money…it’s your choice.
“A fun fact about me? My age and my weight are mysteries, I always win at amusement parks when they try to guess my age or my weight. I don't look my age, and I don't look my weight. Probably the funniest thing you may chuckle at is I'll ride anything on the ground, but if it is going up...I am not getting on.”